5TB drive only showing as 561.53GB

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  1. Posts : 151
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       #81

    Compumind said:
    Naah. You can get 16TB right now. Higher densities are coming.

    16TB? Gross. Hah
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  2. Posts : 290
    Windows 10 Pro (x64) 21H1 (OS Build 19043.1165)
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       #82

    Sweetsweetcorn said:
    5TB. Wow.

    - - - Updated - - -

    This thread has 8 pages. Wow.
    This has been a long and tortuous journey.

    Thankfully, it seems to now be resolved.

    Can we get the thread over the 100-post count I wonder? Only 18 to go!



    Art
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  3. Posts : 151
    Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit
       #83

    ArthurDent said:
    This has been a long and tortuous journey.

    Thankfully, it seems to now be resolved.

    Can we get the thread over the 100-post count I wonder? Only 18 to go!



    Art
    I hope that you are not promoting spam (I mean this lightheartedly).
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  4. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 Home 2004 - 19041.329
       #84

    Megahertz said:
    My suggestion is to move \Users from the SSD (C:) to the HDD (D:).
    Move Users Folder Location in Windows 10
    As you have already installed Win 10, you enter audit mode and run Sysprep. See attached files
    There is a program I've used in the past called NTFS Link [ NTFS Link Ext download | SourceForge.net ] to create symbolic links and/or junctions. There might be a way to do it natively in windows without a program but I'm not sure how. The short version is that windows thinks the files are still on the "C" drive and will continue to operate as if it is, but, it will actually be storing the files on another hard-drive in a different location. If it's done right, if the os drive fails, those files will still exist, intact, on the other drive.
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  5. Posts : 9,738
    Windows 10 Home 64bit Version 21H2
       #85

    And yes @ArthurDent,

    Now fsutil shows
    Total Sectors - 9,767,538,687(4.5TB)
    Bytes per Sector: 512
    Bytes per Physical Sector: 4096
    So it is a 512e AF disk ( Internal)

    A 4K Sector Disk with 512-byte Emulation has the Bytes Per Sector field set to 512 and the Bytes Per Physical Sector field set to 4096

    (A 4Kn Native Disk will show Bytes Per Sector and Bytes Per Physical Sector fields both set to 4096)

    Please mark the thread as solved.

    Enjoy.
    Last edited by jumanji; 28 Jun 2020 at 11:33.
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  6. Posts : 3,883
    Windows 10 Pro x64, Various Linux Builds, Networking, Storage, Cybersecurity Specialty.
       #86

    jumanji said:
    And yes @ArthurDent,

    Now fsutil shows
    Total Sectors - 9,767,538,687(4.5TB)
    Bytes per Sector: 512
    Bytes per Physical Sector: 4096
    So it is a 512e AF disk ( Internal)
    Good explanation and yes, time for closure.

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  7. Posts : 290
    Windows 10 Pro (x64) 21H1 (OS Build 19043.1165)
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       #87

    Compumind said:
    Good explanation and yes, time for closure.

    Damn! 14 short!

    Art
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  8. Posts : 56,048
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       #88

    ArthurDent said:
    Damn! 14 short!

    Art
    And you just can't bring yourself to mark it solved........
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  9. Posts : 290
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       #89

    f14tomcat said:
    And you just can't bring yourself to mark it solved........
    Not quite!

    This whole episode has shown that there's something odd going on and I need to convince myself that it is fixed before I mark this thread 'solved'.

    I'm only kidding about the 100 posts comment!

    Art
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       #90

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